Maksim Bardachow is a defender, born on 18 June 1986 in Kustovichi, Belarus.
He began playing football in Grodno, and debuted on the professional level for the local Neman in 2002.
Maksim stayed at the club for three seasons, where he has made 25 appearances. In the next three seasons Bardachow represented MTZ-RIPO Minsk. Together with the club he has become bronze medalist of the national championship and won the Belarusian Cup. Maksim totaled 6 goals in 55 games for MTZ-RIPO.
In 2009, one of the best defenders of the national championship was invited to play for BATE Borisov. Maksim quickly earned the right to play for the first team. Together with the club he has become a multiple winner of the Premier League, played in the qualifying and group rounds of the Champions League and Europa League.
In 2013 an experienced back played on loan at Russian club Tom Tomsk and later signed a permanent contract with a Siberian outfit.
In 2004 Maksim Bardachow represented Belarus U-19. From 2005 to 2009 he played for Belarus U-21. In April 2009 Bardachow debuted for the national team in a World Cup qualifying match against Kazakhstan. In the return game Maksim scored an opener.
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